Thomas Bolling TABB b circa 1815 d circa 1853 in Amelia County VA (see Tabb family)
Thomas Bolling TABB b circa 1820 d before 8 May 1850 possibly jun 8 1844
married Laura E Saunders Shackleford Taylor (b1811 in Chowan Cty NC) married 5 apr 1837 in Lawrence Co AL
He appears on the 1840 census in Lowndes County Mississippi.
children: 1. Virginia (Sippi) Gordon Tabb (b abt 1849) guardian: J C Ramsey, Jack F Ross Tabb, John Mason Moody. At age 16 in 1868 she went to NC with the Moody’s. 1880 living in MS died 1898 in Chesterfield va
• married William Scott WRIGHT MOODY (born in Scotland) d abt 1882 in petersburg
o 3 children died as infants and are buried in Blanford Cemetery in Petersburg - Willie, Gordon and Nellie
o Lena born abt 1876 –guardian Dr. H G CRUMP LEIGH - married Samuel R SNEED of KY son of Henry Harrison Sneed – Episcopal minister of Gulfport MS
o Charles Bolling Tabb Moody –guardian Nathaniel GREGORY- born abt 23 Oct 1879 in Cobb Switch d 12 Jul 1839 (cert 16498) buried National Cemetery Mobile AL married Florence REVIERE (b Louisiana d 22 Jun 1993 age 93 in Mobile) both were in the US Army Resided 154 S Broad St.
Charles B Moody Jr b circa 1919
Evelyn b circa 1921
Kathleen b circa 1924
• When William died she married William A BOHANNON 2 Dec 1888 when sippi died in 1898 these children went to bethany home for friendless children in bon air - william lived in the alms house in richmond
o Bessie E b 1884 who became a missionary in TN and married Foggy PUCKETT and moved to Montana.
o Alexander W b 1890
2. John (Jack) F D Ross Tabb b circa 1838/39 in MS probably Artesia IN LOWNDES COUNTY resided twp 18A in 1870 per Moody family letter jan 25, 1870 the tabb family had departed from Artesia when the Moodys left.
d Jun 1880 of malaria age 47 in COLUMBUS, LOWNDES COUNTY, MS
guardian: Jacob I SHERMAN aka: Jack & Ross & JFR
married Amanda Mary F LEMMAN (LEMMON, Lehman) (b. circa 1840-1) of Dayton Montgomery County OH on 23 jan 1860 in LOWNDES COUNTY, MS
3. Laura E (T)(b10/11/1845 d 9/22/1868) married (1864) John Mason Wright
guardian: J C Ramsey, Jack F Ross Tabb, John Mason Moody
• William Robert Mason MOODY (2 Mar 1867-1913)
of Woodlawn & Elmdale of Lowndes County MS
married Daisy BUTLER of Columbus MS -d 23 Aug 1903 Effie Moody GREGORY raised the children.
o William Robert became Episcopal Bishop of KY
o James Butler – never married and lived in Oxford NC
Will of William M Moody
Children: John Mason Wright Moody
MARTHA ALICE Leigh
Laura M Gregory
Mary Elizabeth (Mollie) d 1871 married Joseph Gray Lockhart
in 1879-80 he lived in petersburg va
Seignora Macon Stith Lockhart widow of col Benjamin f Lockhart sister in law
her sons Joseph D and Junius J in directory also . their daughter seignora eaton lockhart married john hamilton patterson leigh
his parents dr. hezekiah gilbert leigh and martha alice moody
G children: Annie Gray Lockhart
FYI – Jack Shackelford of Courtland Lawrence county AL and Columbus MS married Lottie Taylor
Charles Fox GOODE Sherrod of Columbus MS related
Parents of Thomas Bolling TABB
Thomas TABB b. 9 May 1783 in Amelia died before 1827
married (OCT 1814) Mary T BOLLING
b APR 1793 in Amelia near Petersburg VA
died 28 Jul 1842 age 49 at the home of Mr. William S Bolling in MS *
daughter of Thomas Tabb BOLLING and Segniora PEYTON. See Mayfieldinn.com for home information
Brothers: William S, Thomas R and Warner L BOLLING
William S married Pocahontas A daughter of Mr. Archibald Robertson of Richmond VA
on 16 Mar 1838 in MS.
Henry S TAYLOR & Stephen COCKE witnessed her will.
Her second marriage was to General Jack Ferrill ROSS of Mobile AL. b 29 oct 1791 in Franklin NC and died 12 Oct 1837 in Mobile, AL. Parents: John Ross and Temperence Ferrell. 1st state treasurer of Alabama and moved from St. Stephens to Mobile AL in 1827. Died of yellow fever in 1837 and buried in Magnolia Cemetery. 1st wife Anne Amelia Fischer married 11 feb 1817. Second wife Mary Bolling Tabb married 8 Nov 1827 in Huntsville AL. The North Carolina Star (Raleigh NC) 29 Nov 1827 p3 column 5 – Married in Madison County AL on 8th ult. Cpt Jack F Ross of Mobile, and formerly of Franklin Co, in this state to Mrs. Mary Tabb. Thomas Bolling Tabb, Jack F Ross stepson married Laura E Taylor b 1811, daughter of Margaret Josephine Saunders and Robert Taylor and granddaughter of Joseph Saunders, brother of Jesse who married Anne Yancey. Mrs. Thomas Bolling Tabb was a second cousin of Mary Saunders who married Turner Ogletree.
Mary T Ross died 8/28/1842 in Columbus MS abt 54 yrs old
Sara R Ross (name of sister & daughter of Jack Ferrell Ross) and William R Ross (name of son in law husband of Sarah) William Henry Ross son of Jack Ferrell Ross and his second wife Anne Amelia Fischer.
son: 1. Thomas Bolling TABB died after 1850
trustee W L Harris (R H Harris may be related)
Mrs. Thomas Bolling Tabb was a second cousin of Mary Sa(u)nders who married Turner Ogletree.
Margaret Josephine SAUNDERS (b abt 1779 NC) married Robert A TAYLOR (b abt 1777) of Chowan OR FRANKLIN County North Carolina- in Brunswick county VA on 12 Feb 1810. Children born in Chowan OR FRANKLIN county unless otherwise stated
1. Junius 1805
2. Mary Elizabeth 1806
3. Margaret 1807
4. Matilda 1808
5. Josephine 1809
6. Burt 1809
7. Laura E 1811 married Thomas B Tabb in Lawrence Co 5 apr 1837 may first have married Dr. Jones of TN.
8. Mary Elizabeth (1814 Courtland Lawrence cty AL) married Samuel MARDIS lawyer of Shelby Cty AL member of congress-children married men from New Orleans
2. Eugenia m Dr Hester of New Orleans
3. Samuella m Mr Cohn merchant of New Orleans
9. Matilda (1816 Courtland) married Isaac GLIDEWELL
10. Margaret Josephine Saunders Taylor (b 1817 Courtland died 29 Jul 1879)
married Junius A BYNUM (b1814 NC? d 20 may 1853 in Courtland AL) on 13 Mar 1837. I read somewhere that Margaret wrote poetry under the penname of Dixie.
1. Junius J never returned from the war (born 29 sep 1843)
2. Margaret Josephine Saunders Taylor Bynum (Born 9 nov 1848 died 5 Jan 1864 age 73)
married Philip POINTER (died 8 jul 1886)
3. Bert (born 9 Jan 1846)
4. Laura Matilda (born 17 dec 1853) married William A McDonald
I can only suppose that the first Mary Elizabeth, Matilda and Josephine died young and the second daughters of those names were named after them.
The R A Taylor family moved to Shelby County Alabama in the 1820's
It is believed that Mary Holmes Taylor Jones - husband Willis Jones - was a sister to Robert A Taylor. The Jones moved to Shelby County AL in 1820's and then to Talladega Co AL. Their parents were Richard Taylor (land owner and veteran of the American Revolution and the War of 1812) - think their mother was Anna Holmes. Related families Holmes, Fox, Gholson, Jones, Hightower
Joseph SAUNDERS(b 7 jun 1757 in Lancaster Cty VA d 2 may 1833 Lawrence county AL) married Margaret SHACKELFORD (abt 1759) daughter of Richard Shackelford Jr (b 15 Oct 1738 in Gloucester Cty VA) & Margaret Landman (abt 1742 in VA) parents married 17 Jan 1767 in Richmond County VA.
second marriage to Martha daughter of Col Frederick Maclin of Brunswick
county VA. daughters Lucy (1781) Halifax NC and Martha (1785) married Mr. Finlay (a Scotchman) second marriage to Rev Parker Holcomb
Lt of the ship Dragon and LT Commander of the galley Lewis in1781
1783 received land warrants for 2666 ½ acres as Lieutenant in Rev. Navy
pension in 1832.
Moved from Lancaster to Brunswick in 1789
In 1822 he moved to Giles county TN
In 1823 moved to Lawrence County AL
1. Margaret married Robert TAYLOR b abt 1777 in Chowan Co NC
2. Lucy (d 1824 in Halifax NC) married Major Robert FENNER (d 1848) of Halifax NC
descendents in TN & TX & MS
3. Robert massacred at Goliad with the Red Rovers
4. Mary married Dr. Julius Johnson lived in Jackson TN
5. Joseph served in Red Rovers but was on a reconnoitering party during the massacre
The following is from "Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama" by Thomas M. Owens:
SAUNDERS, JOSEPH, aged 77, and a resident of Lawrence County; lieutenant of navy, Virginia State Navy; enrolled on February 14, 1833, under act of Congress of June 7, 1832, payment to date from March 4, 1831; annual allowance, $365.20.--Revolutionary Pension Roll, in Vol. xiv, Sen. Doc. 514, 23rd Cong., 1st sess.,1833-34.
Saunders, Joseph killed, 1833 (11)http://www.tvgs.org/Lawrence.htm
Saunders-Goode-Hall House, State Highway 101, Town Creek vicinity, Lawrence County, AL
William Thomas SAUNDERS (1718 in Lancaster Cty-22Nov 1779) on 5/18/1738 married Elizabeth (Betsy) HUBBARD (b 22 Feb 1721-d 14 Nov 1789) of Lancaster, Brunswick Co VA father Thomas (b abt 1690 Lancaster City d 1745) of Scottish descent mother Mary Yerby. Betsy’s brothers Joseph Hubbard married Elizabeth ? her second marriage to William MOTT and Ephraim married Hannah EDMONDS or EDWARDS. William Saunders was schoolmaster in Lancaster and Northumberland Counties in VA.
Children: Thomas 18 jun 1739 married Ann Turner
Mary 06 may 1741
Cpt Jesse 21 Jul 1743 b Wicomico Parish married Ann Yancy
Winifred 24 feb 1746 27 feb 1797
Frances 5 aug 1748
Edward 5 may 1751
Presley 19 oct 1753 1816
Joseph 7 jun 1757
Ephraim 14 mar 1760 1811
William 25 apr 1765
James 22 jun 1824
Edward SAUNDERS (1686-aft 1744) of Northumberland and Lancaster Counties VA. His descendents all lived in Lancaster county. In 1717 married Winifred PRESLEY of Lancaster County VA
Ebenezer SAUNDERS (1661-1693) married Elizabeth PRESLEY Parents may be Peter Presley and Elizabeth Thompson (pretty sure it is Elizabeth Presley) or Elizabeth PHILIPS daughter of Edward and Elisabeth. Parents may be Peter Presley and Elizabeth Thompson. lived in Wicomico Parish of Lancaster County VA
Dr. Edward SAUNDERS (1625 ENG-1672 VA) married Mary Elizabeth WEBB Hudnall b circa 1625 (1st husband John Hudnall) she later married William Thomas. Moved from James River to Northumberland County VA. Mary’s parents may be William Webb and Mary Tabor or Taberer. Will of Thomas Taberer dated 24 Jan 1692 recorded 9 feb 1694 gave land to his daughter Mary Webb which he bought from Charles Edwards. Sister Ruth married John Newman, brother William, sister Christian, sister Elizabeth married Mr. Wombwell. Joseph Copeland. Witness Susanna Blunt. Webb’s in Surry county too.
Thomas SAUNDERS (SANDERS)(b 1595 in Eng) arrived on the ship “Safety” in 1635 at the age of 40 with his son Thomas age 13 and his other son Edward age 9.
From Early Settlers of Alabama by Col James Edmonds Saunders of Lawrence County AL
*Marriages & Deaths from MS by Betty Couch & his granddaughter Elizabeth Saunders Blair Stubbs of New Orleans LA